Intense search for an older adult who disappeared in the backyard of his house in Tecoh, Yucatán

Tecoh, Yucatán (May 22, 2021).- State and municipal police of Tecoh, Yucatán municipality, who have.

Municipal police found a 31 year-old-man dead inside his home in Maxcanú, Yucatán

Maxcanú, Yucatán, (May 22, 2021).- A man was found lifeless and in a relatively advanced.

Economic aid for Yucatecan fishermen during the ban on grouper

Progreso, Yucatán, February 15, 2021.- Erik Rihani González, from the Directorate of Fisheries Management of.

Fifteen new streets will be built in Kimbilá, Yucatan

Izamal, Yucatan (November 5, 2020).- The City Council began the construction of 15 new streets.

San Felipe is the municipality with the highest index of COVID-19 contagion in Yucatan

YUCATAN, MEXICO.- “San Felipe became the municipality with the highest morbidity rate for Covid-19 since.

Police mobilization for kidnapping: mob wanted to lynch a teenager in Tizimín

TIZIMÍN, YUCATAN (June 17, 2020) .— Big mobilization of agents of the municipal and state.

INPI Yucatan delivers 212 ancient Maya civilization archaeological pieces to INAH

The Representative Office of the National Institute of Indigenous Peoples (INPI) in Yucatan delivered 212.

No classes at public schools in Yucatan on March 9th

As part of the national strike that will take place next Monday, March 9, under.

Forecast for this Tuesday in Yucatan

On Wednesday Feb. 26th (Ash Wednesday), a cold front that will chill the Peninsula enters.

The Yucatan Peninsula could be in trouble due to energy crisis

The energy issue will be addressed at the peninsular level, with the participation of private.

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Baby girl born in SSP ambulance

An ambulance from the Ministry of Public Security (SSP) went to the Komchen police station on the evening of Thursday,…

Alert in Tizimín as the number of Covid cases in children skyrockets

Most Tizimileños have relaxed their sanitary measures but although there are no hospitalizations, a number of new Covid cases have…

The Wall Street Journal says human trafficking is “Big Business”

Migrant-trafficking networks, with smugglers known as coyotes, have grown from a cottage industry to operations linked to drug gangs. The…

US authorities will stop honoring expired passports as of July 1st

The US State Department will no longer honor expired United States passports next month, ending a pandemic-era practice implemented due…

US Supreme Court’s ‘Remain in Mexico’ ruling puts immigration policy in the hands of voters

In the very last decision of its latest term, the Supreme Court released a major ruling that not only clears a barrier to…